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  • The National Coalition for the Homeless provides an excellent website at http://www.nationalhomeless.org/index.html. Describe the purpose of this Coalition and how it functions to serve the homeless population in America. National Coalition for the Homeless
  • Go to http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/MRC/EthnicImagesVid.ht... to discover how race and ethnicity have been portrayed in movies and video. After visiting this site, write a summary of how three racial/ethnic groups have often been portrayed according to the information provided in this website.
    Race and Ethnicity and Movies
  • Female genital mutilation continues in regions of the world. Several governments have begun movements to stop this practice. One web site http://www.unicef.org/pon96/womfgm.htm contains information about this continuing practice. Read through the information and summarize what you have learned about female genital mutilation in the world. Unicef.
  • Marriage ceremonies are unique to world cultural groups. Located at http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2061.html you will find the history of the Japanese wedding. After reading the information, describe the important cultural aspects of a Japanese wedding. Be sure to include the relevancy of specific customs.
  • Examine your own prejudices. Have you ever prejudged someone who was of a racial, ethnic, religious, or national group different from your own. What were your judgments and feelings? Do you have any knowledge of the origin of such prejudices?
  • Think about television programs or movies in which women are portrayed realistically. Describe why you think these particular programs or movies depict women realistically.
  • Write about your experiences as a member of a blended family. Your perspective may be that of a parent or a child. How effectively did you deal with each situation? What were the most difficult things to resolve? What lessons have you learned from being in a blended family?


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SOCIOLOGY

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Introduction
This paper is going to discuss different issues relating to sociology as a study of the
structure, functioning, and development of human society. Issues such as female genital
mutilation, race, religion, gender, and marriage are present in our daily social settings.
Understanding these issues will equip us with the knowledge on how to appreciate and
accommodate all members of the society regardless of their race, gender religion or social
background.
1. National Coalition for the Homeless.
The National Coalition for the Homeless is a nationwide network of homeless people
including those who have experienced homelessness, advocates, activists, religious institutions,
social welfare groups, and well-wishers. These people have come together with the sole mission
of preventing and ultimately ending homelessness. They also work together to help meet the
needs of people experiencing homelessness. They also strive to ensure that the civil rights of
homeless people are protected.
The coalition meets the needs of homeless people by creating the attitudinal and systemic
changes necessary to prevent homelessness, help the homeless and in the long run end
homelessness. It empowers homeless people and communities at large to advocate and fight for
positive change. NCH advocates for policies that are inclusive to homeless people in areas of
their basic needs. For instance, policy areas such as comprehensive health care, sustainable
incomes, affordable housing and protection of civil rights are influenced and significantly
supported by this coalition. This nationwide coalition works to alleviate, reduce and end
American homelessness.

SOCIOLOGY

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Race and Ethnicity
A race is a term used to refer to groups of people with similarities and differences in their
biological traits, which societies have deemed to be socially significant. Race is almost similar to
ethnicity as in both; there are different groups of people that live in the same communities.
Ethnicity is different in the sense that people are grouped based on their cultural or national
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